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Thailands Tata Young to Make Her Solo Debut in Macau

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Thursday, 12 March 2009

One of Thailands favourite pop sensations, Tata Young, will make her debut in Macau at the Venetian Ballroom at The Venetian Macau-Resort-Hotel on Sunday, April 12, 2009. Tickets went on sale today.

In 2004, Tata had a breakthrough in her career as an actress and singer in Thailand, when her debut English album I Believe struck Gold in many Asian countries and hit nine platinums in Thailand. It also sold over 300,000 units in Japan.

During the same year, Tata also sang the theme song to a Bollywood blockbuster film, whose album sold over 800,000 units in India. At 27, this 12-year music veteran has already sold more than 12 million albums and continues to be a symbol of energy and change in the Asian music industry.

Over the years, Tata has done hundreds of concerts throughout Asia and her songs have been played frequently on all music channels across Asia. She was awarded New Artist of the Year in Japan in 2005and won the 95.5 Virgin International Hitz Awards for Fastest Chart Climber 2006 (El Nin-Yo!), as well as an Indian MTV Immie for best international act.

Tata Young will showcase Temperature Rising - her second full-length English album at her debut performance at The Venetian Macau. Tata will also release her third English album in June.

Tickets for the concert are in four price categories: Platinum Seating (MOP$1590), VIP Seating (MOP$1190), A Reserve (MOP$590) and B Reserve (MOP$390).

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